Located at an altitude of 1,927 m in the Solan district of Himachal Pradesh, Kasauli is a small hill station that is dotted with snow-clad mountains, dense forests and pleasant climate. It was established by the British Raj in 1842 and you can find the remnants of the British era in the Victorian architecture and the olde worlde churches. Known as the perfect paradise for hikers, the hill station is popularly known for its lush green and picturesque surroundings. Encircled by dense forests, Kasauli houses many species of Himalayan flora and fauna including endangered ones. The narrow roads of hill station wander up and down the hillside, offering bewitching views of the area. Its rippling torrents, beautiful alpine plots and lofty snowstorms magnetize plenty of tourists round the year.
Kasauli boasts of a Mall- the Upper Mall and the Lower Mall, both meet at a point which is the most important place in Kasauli. The serene little place with its cobbled pathways, olde worlde shops and manicured gardens offer enchanting views to travelers. The narrow winding roads of this place provide fascinating views of Chandigarh, Haryana and Punjab at night and the silver lining of River Satluj flowing through them. Tourists may also enjoy the scenic view of Choor Chandni Peak from here. It's a very nice place for the one who want to spend some time alone with their dear ones or family. The tree-lined boulevard surrounded by several shops and commercial establishments is perfect for taking a leisurely walk.